We successfully navigated another year, and another busy holiday season. Now it’s time for some new plans and some new projects – and I’m looking forward to those! 2018 is going to bring you some special content for Valentine’s Day, plus book four in the Second Chances Series: Finding Forever.
Before we get to those things, though, I have news.
First off, Finding a Husband is getting its very own *blog tour* this month. From January 15th through the 29th, twenty-eight fabulous romance bloggers will be profiling Molly & Jake’s story. Squee! You’ll get to see excerpts, reviews of the book, and a couple of guest posts from yours truly! If you’ve ever wondered about the three main ways being a romance writer is like taking a stroll through the fire swamp from The Princess Bride, now’s your chance to find out. Keep watch on my Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages, so you can check in at each of the tour sites.
Next, book one in the series, Finding Home, had a birthday at the end of December. To celebrate, I’ve place the sizzling, suspenseful introduction to the Second Chances series on sale for only 99 cents for the rest of January. If you haven’t already, now is a great time to snag your eBook copy. Also newly on sale is my holiday short story, Christmas in Cambridge. This title was offered free to my newsletter subscribers last month, but is now available at all retailers for 99 cents. Fans of Finding Love and Lost in Love will adore seeing their favorite Hughes men discover some pretty special gifts under the tree.
Last, but definitely not least…remember back in January, when I talked about one sticky little project that’s been hanging over my head for years? I resolved to complete it by the end of 2017, and I did it (with mere hours to spare)! Check out the photo on Instagram, of the world’s most demanding heirloom embroidery project. Okay, maybe not the world’s – but certainly my life’s. LOL Seriously, though – I am so relieved to be done, so I can move on to new things.
That’s it for now. I’ll check in again next month, but in the mean time – I wish you romantic good things for the coming year!